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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most analog watches set the date by using the crown (the large knob in the center of the right side). The V6 is a low priced watch so it won't have a screw-down crown. You simply pull out the crown to set either date or time. But note that the crown will have 2 positions. The 2nd position is when the crown is fully pulled out. That sets the time. You have already done this. Well, pull out the crown again, but now push it in but very gently. You'll want to be in the 1st position. Some watches like the V6 have this very subtle. Once in the 2nd position, spin the crown and the date numbers should change. You may need to make at least one full rotation or more to trigger the date change. Keep going until you've got the right date.
Posted on Jan 06, 2018
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